We just witness a three-way all-in pot that saw a short-stacked Philipp Gruissem get his last 32,000 in with and Andrew Lichtenberger, who had 141,000, do the same with . Unfortunately for them both, Artem Litvinov had them both covered and at risk with .
The cameras swarmed the table as the dealer put down the flop . . . . Gruissem spiked his card to take the lead, though Litvinov was still out in front for the larger side pot. Neither the turn nor river changed a thing, and Gruissem tripled while Lichtenberger was felled by Litvinov.